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, especially for espn, continue to rise. what's driving the surprise on the upside and the down side. >> the fundamentals of our underlying businesses were relatively god for the quarter. a lot of difficult comparisons on the studio side which you cited. two big titles in the home video market in "lion king" and "cars." a big swing factor. park and resorts, a shift of vacationing around the holiday season into the quarter we're currently in. people vacationed later and our core ended on december 29th and this year december 31th. we have new distribution deals coming online, but the revenue for those deals or the increased revenue won't hit until the second quarter so a lot of ins and outs and basically the trends were good. very strong results at our domestic parks. the bookings have been pretty solid and advertising was okay and generally speaking our businesses performed well and our interactive media group was profitable for the quarter, the first time the group has been profitable since we've been breaking it out. >> bob, let me follow up on the affiliate deals and the new sports
. more than half of it comes from media networks like abc and espn, and a quarter coming from the parks and resorts, and 10% from the studio and film business, 15% from consumer products. is this a good mix? >> well, yes, is the short answer. i think this quarter in particular had a lot of noise around it. so i think the numbers are maxed within those numbers are a lot of one-time, non-recurring items, comparisons to the parks on the holiday ship for the new year. you've got the studio coming off of tough comparisons, and some new deals they signed. and which the costs are now just starting to fully get recognized. if you exclude all of those items, over all what i think we can take away is this first quarter results actually sets the tone for what we expect to be a very strong fiscal year, end of september. that is very evident from a lot of the forward-looking indicators which they gave out on the call today. >> tom: let's talk about some of that growth, what is going to fuel the growth. it is really the media business. more than half of its income comes from the media. the broadcast
. more than half of it comes from media networks like abc and espn and a quarter coming from the parks and resorts, and 10% from the studio and film business, 15% from consumer products. is this a good mix? >> well, yes, is the short answer. i think this quarter in particular had a lot of noise around it. so i think the numbers are maxed within those numbers are a lot of one-time, non-recurring items, comparisons to the parks on the holiday ship for the new year. you've got the studio coming off of tough comparisons, and some new deals they signed. and which the costs are now just starting to fully get recognized. if you exclude all of those items, over all what i think we can take away is this first quarter results actually sets the tone for what we expect to be a very strong fiscal year, end of september. that is very evident from a lot of the forward-looking indicators which they gave out on the call today. >> tom: let's talk about some of that growth what is going to fuel the growth. it is really the media business. more than half of its income comes from the media. the broadcast p
. holding the microphone according to sports illustrated. he's been -- espn has confirmed hiring louis as an analyst. lewis has not yet signed his contract with espn which explains why they have not yet made a public announcement. for all the progress the men's basketball team made toward getting a bid by beating duke, the terps did some damage. they did not resemble the team that beat duke three days earlier. and tying the game at 20. and hitting three straight trees, finishing with 26 points. maryland of one until oliver heads 26 points for handling of the 69-58, leading with five regular-season games left. tom tasselmyer is back with the seven day forecast. and the answer to when it will ever get around to warming up. taiex the i-team tracks and a lengthy and rare legal battle involving a woman named virginia. she cannot speak. the emotional and sometimes bitter debate about where she should live is speaking volumes. we have a preview. >> chances are tonight's i.t. report will deeply divide viewers. it involves a 68-year-old woman with profound intellectual disabilities. and the deb
. then i think about espn. you see the margin compression there. the costs going up. you see what's happening to the dvd business. you have to say to yourself long term, yes, you can create new content that creates value. but the ability to monetize it at the kind of margins they've been able to historically, does that last? >> that's a great question. and insight. you think about the sports contracts and nfl rights fees escalating. that's been a big question from me and other analysts in terms of the margin. espn did beat on the margin in the quarter. however, in the december quarter, ratings were soft at espn. and that i think limited advertising upside. what disney will say and rightfully, they've renewed deals with distributors such as comcast, such as time-warner cable. at very -- attractive term. so their affiliate fee growth was about 9% in the quarter. and they've got new details, new affiliate revenue growth that's kicking in next quarter. so -- >> anthony -- >> go ahead. >> i don't know if you read, there was a piece in "the new york times," maybe the "journal" about the
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u.s. national team member and espn soccer analyst, alexei lalas. thank you so much. [cheers and applause] good to see you again. [cheers and applause] all right alexi, good to have you back, this is this it for socker is? is it a killing blow to the world's most favorite sport? >> absolutely not. >> stephen: why not it's corrupt you can't trust a single game. it's a sham. it's theater. it might as well be wrestling at this point. >> it's in the a sham. it's huge and very important. >> stephen: so is wrestling. >> it's important it be dealt with. when these things come out. fixing has been around for a long time but we're talking in europe, central america and we're talking about a massive amount of people. >> stephen: what about the united states do we have evidence of fixing in the united states? >> we have some evidence but i'm here to tell you that the u.s. major league soccer is clean and maybe in that sense there's an opportunity there. >> stephen: how would somebody fix a game? how? >> i guarantee i've played in a fixed game. there's a difference between ming in it and
indoor rowing championship in boston in two weeks. live coverage on espn. >> we are there. >> we're looking at light snow outside right now. live super doppler radar. head over to montgomery county. hardly anything to look at. we are looking at lighter snow across northwest d.c. then it moves into prince william county and heads northeast. good news, the snow will taper off into fleury's overnight. temperatures will fall into the 20's.
rates on cable charges that companies have to pay for espn. espn now up to $5 per person per month and that is whether you watch sports on cable or not. brian, weigh in. >> my wife says every month, $120 -- what? they have metaphorically speaking holding consumers hostage. that's why they won't go al a cart because they have to do it either way. so are a everyone pays it so it is a cash cow. until people push back either way, they will hold it. >> i only watch ten channels, espn being one of them. at what point can i create my own package and get rid of the other 700 channels. bravo, housewives, espn, cnn, cnbc, food. that it. >> at any rate, we will see what happens. let's get to the fun one here, tim geithner announcing he is writing a book. twitter is responding with hilarious suggestions for a title. let's see what you like. let's look at title suggestions for tim geithner's book. the world according to tarp. a farewell to arms. that's having to do with adjustable rate mortgages. old man and the sec. fisty shades of pay. that's the semi pornographic one. love in the time of a w
than expected first-quarter results despite a drop in profit due to higher costs at espn. we have more on the results including big news about a galaxy far, far away. >> reporter: disney earnings beat wall street expectations sending shares trading higher after hours. diluted earnings per share secluding one-time items were 79 cents. that's down a penny from a year ago, but three cents higher than expected. revenue also grew, up 5% over a year ago. ceo bob iger says advertising is growing, and tv fees are also expected to grow this year. the first on cnbc interviewer, i asked him what his expectations are for the economy in 2013. >> well, i would say our outlook for europe is dim. not all that enthusiastic. our outlook for asia is for our product is probably better than what maybe many other industries are seeing. we feel good about our positioning there. our outlook for the united states is quite good. i mentioned advertising trends, particularly espn. our booking for the parks, we've had i think five weeks in a row of improvement bookings over a year ago in orlando. that's an interes
this thing left and right already. >> look, the big controversy last quarter was, espn not so good. that turned out to be false. did they buy this. he said, trust me, it's going to be marvel. people didn't trust him. why they didn't trust him, i have no idea, since he's completely bankable. but he had just bought the thing. now he's got a clear path. in the meantime, geez, the theme parks are booming. it's doing great. shanghai numbers. everything that was disappointing in the previous call that drove the stock down from the low 50s to the 40s, he corrected, and i think this is a story that is going to get better and better as the year unfolds. we talk about 2014, not 2013. >> this quarter, it's opposite from the last quarter. affiliate fees, expectations there are going to be significant increases, the ability to ramp that up this year. parks look good. especially domestically. >> right. >> one thing i think you could say about the studio strategy, it's been a little -- for a while it looked like they wouldn't be doing the big temple movies, now it looks like they're going for the
allegations aimed at new york yankee star alex rodriguez. a new report from espn said rodriguez was personally injected with performance-enhancing drugs by the owner of a clinic in south florida. we now have this from a-rod spokesman in regards to the new allegations made in today's espn "outside the line" story, we can say they are not true. espn is investigating the clinic and claims several other players are involved. it closed down last year. >>> v.j. sing could be in trouble after admitting he used deer antler spray. he says he didn't know the product, a natural hormone contains a banned substance. ray lewis who is expected to start in tomorrow's super bowl is accused of using deer antler spray to recover from a mid-season injury. lewis denies that claim. >>> to youtube or not to youtube, that is the question now that marketers are premiering their so-called super bowl ads online days and weeks ahead of the big game. alexandra steele joins me to talk about some of these ads. i haven't had a chance to see some of these, be you had a good look at them. >> yeah, i've seen the most of them. i
because espn hit them up with a 30% price increase and they needed to make room in the budget and ovation was the casualty. dennis: okay. >> which is a big difference. >> that is exactly correct. >> making the customer pay for espn 4 which unwatched and bundled with espn --. dennis: why is it okay for a cable system to make that decision? is cablevision acting as if it is a victim in this chad? cablevision has plenty of power. they have plenty of room on the dial? >> it, look what richard said is exactly right. time warner cable threw ovation off because ovation is independent network and they c throw us off because we're not bundled. in this market environment where you have big companies on either side there are assets that each of them need. cablevision can not effectively compete unless they carry mtv, unless they carry "nickelodeon." because of that viacom uses its leverage to throw against them all the networks, the smaller networks that ovation directly competes against that don't have to earn their place on the dial every day. ovation has to earn under the circumstances place on t
, espn. one of the best collections of entertainment media assets anywhere, has really been humming. david: that collection has grown tremendously. lucas films. have they paid too much? >> they bought marvel for a couple billion and turned into the avengers. i really think they have done a great job of absorbing these mergers. there's a conference call and i want to hear what are you doing with the film and what is your next plan? they just brought in jj abrams, he will be directing the next "star wars" coming out in 2015. the reason we are interested in disney so much is you can look at both parts of the economy. you look at what our business is failing because advertising turned down in an economic slowdown is what is happening with ad revenues? so far growing pretty well. david: will be talking to an analyst right now. focusing on disney. first of all, the numbers, we're looking at basically the same stock after hours as when the market closed. everybody seems to be digesting this news pretty much what was expected, what do you think? >> they beat on the revenue side. we were at
in purple. espn tweeted this picture. there is not much 49ers red there. it is all purple. >> here is what they had to say from new orleans. >> we are just moments away from super bowl 47 here in new orleans. we will talk to a few ravens fans. how are you feeling about heading into the game? >> i am feeling good. >> are you guys enjoying yourselves? >> we are having a great time. we do not know why they would have a super bowl anywhere else but new orleans. >> just walking in. >> we are here. bring it on back to baltimore. we deserve it. it is ours. we are coming to get it. >> the game just moments away. that is the latest here from new orleans. >> thank you very much. what is game spirit without spirit wear. >> she has a piece on where to find fan gear beyond your wildest dreams. >> inside these walls as a football fan's paradise. every item of football memorabilia you can imagine. there is no shortage of ravens gear. we cannot help but notice a fair share of shoppers wearing purple. he and his son are a big fans of no. 52, and they are from new orleans. >> i am glad that baltimore is her
cannot see ray riec, but he was in the same restaurant. >> they gathered around the espn set to catch glimpses. >> some saw joe montana. >> i saw it -- i heard rumors about a lot of people, but have not witnessed it personally. >> she will have to be a little more observant. at the experience in town, looking down at somebody's finger and they're wearing a super bowl ring. for somebody like me who has been a news reporter, it is quite an experience. brad bell, abc 7 news. >> tough duty, but somebody has to do it. >> luck of the draw. >> we just got finished with the snow this morning, and we're doing it again. the time lapse, this afternoon from the rooftop cameras, the little bit of snow and sunshine melting that. the clouds dissipating at sunset. clear and cold tonight. on the scoreboard, high today of 36 at midnight, steadily getting colder through the day. the average load to the church is 29, average height is 44, so below average in the books -- the average low temperature is 29, the average high is 44. gaithersburg 26 right now, quantico and reagan national, and enough wind out
by espn says he bought $1,000 in weight loss substances from the clinic, but those are not banned by major- league baseball. >> more national recognition for bryce harper of the nationals. the 2012 national league rookie of the year is on this week's cover of sports illustrated. he is standing on the steps of the lincoln memorial with the washington monument as his backdrop. covercracks the redskins quarterback robert griffin iii wants to calm the nerves of fans worry that he will try to rush his comeback following knee surgery. >> a lot of concern stems from the new ad from adidas. >> will instablow it all up. >> it focuses on week one. he later pleaded clarification. "i feel like i need to say this. although my goal is to start a weak one, that does not mean i will compromise my career to do so. starting weak one will be the result stuffed healing and dedication and guides anointing. no rush, just determination." we wish him. a speedy hi a speedy recovery. >> there's a new list that represents the
up frightening moments aboard an american airlines flight. >>> death at the x-games. the actions espn is promising as a result. >>> good morning. a little bit of patchy fog. maybe a little bit more than what we saw yesterday. highs in the mid to upper 60s. >>> an alaska airlines jet force forced to make an emergency landing after its pilot lost consciousness. the co-pilot took over the controls and safely landed the plane in portland. it was originally bound for seattle. the airline says the pilot passed out somewhere over oregon. paramedics rushed him to the hospital as soon as the plane landed. >>> today marks ten years since the space shuttle columbia disaster. they will be remembered in nasa ames this morning. she was a mission specialist on challengers final flight which had prepared for their mission. will there be a separate mission to remember them. >>> 25 people are dead more than 100 injured after an explosion at mexico state owned oil company headquarters. the explosion happened yesterday sending hundreds of people running into the streets. the explosion started in the base
, you can see why people are excited about him. >> and also with the espn sports report colin rush said mike ditka just walked off the set and looked at me and said where is my car? oh you don't have my car. you can follow colin at colin rush. you know what? tomorrow we may take ditka's car. coming up, more with steve young and how winning the super bowl changes your life. dan and carolyn, back tow. >> i don't know about that plan. ditka is a tough guy. >> thanks, larry. >>> larry, wayne, shu and katie are sending out a lot of great behind the scenes updates. we are retweeting the best of them at abc7 news bay area. their live reports continue on abc7. >> and it will be a great game. we know you want to watch it, but then turn to us after the super bowl to see the celebrations. our abc news team is in new orleans and then in the bay area we will have terrific live coverage with up to the minute looks at how the 49er fans are reacting here and in the big ease as well. big easy as well. >>> the state is looking into the possible misuse of a helicopter. it is typically used during drug rai
people are excited about him. >> and also with the espn sports report colin rush said mike ditka just walked off the set and looked at me and said where is my car? oh you don't have my car. you can follow colin atsh. you know what? tomorrow we may take ditka's car. coming up, more with steve young and how winning the super bowl changes your life. dan and carolyn, back tow. >> i don't know about that plan. ditka is a tough guy. >> thanks, larry. >>> larry, wayne, shu and katie are sending out a lot of great behind the scenes updates. we are retweeting the best of them at abc7 news bay area. their live reports continue on abc7. >> and it will be a great game. we know you want to watch it, but then turn to us after the super bowl to see the celebrations. our abc news team is in new orleans and then in the bay area we will have terrific live coverage with up to the minute looks at how the 49er fans are reacting here and in the big ease as well. big easy as well. >>> the state is looking into the possible misuse of a helicopter. it is typically used during drug raids so what is it doing at
. >> and also with the espn sports report colin rush said mike ditka just walked off the set and looked at me and said where is my car? oh you don't have my car. you can follow colin at colin rush. you know what? tomorrow we may take ditka's car. coming up, more with steve young and how winning the super bowl changes your life.dad dan and carolyn, back tow. >> i don't know about that plan. ditka is a tough guy. >> thanks, larry. >>> larry, wayne, shu and katie are sending out a lot of great behind the scenes updates. we are retweeting the best of them at abc7 news bay area. their live reports continue on abc7. >> and it will be a great game. we know you want to watch it, but then turn to us after the super bowl to see the celebrations. our abc news team is in new orleans and then in the bay area we will have terrific live coverage with up to the minute looks at how the 49er fans are reacting here and in the big ease as well. big easy as well. >>> the state is looking into the possible misuse of a helicopter. it is typically used during drug raids so what is it doing at this high school game?
to unranked uconn. as for the top two, highlights, now, from espn. >> welcome to your "sportscenter" update. i'm jorge andres. cameron indoor going crazy. 235th meeting all-time between duke and unc. we pick it up. james michael mcadoo, the filthy jam. nine points, eight boards for him. later, getting the steal. he gets it back to the guy who started it all. draining the three. tar heels up ten. a minute to go in the half. rasheed sulaimon, the filthy jam. 18 points, 12 boards for him. second half, seth curry, doing work from beyond the mark. duke with the first lead of the game. later, no-good "j." but again, 11 points in the contest. duke up by eight. a few minutes later, plumlee, once more. this time, with the right jumper. his 14th double-double in the game. duke wins it, 73-68. >>> how about number one, indiana, taking on nebraska in big ten action. early second half is where we pick it up. yogi ferrell, finding christian watford for the filthy jam. hoosiers up. victor oladipo, with the filthiest 2 of his 13 on the night. and under eight minutes to go, cody zeller, the big hands doing wor
of answerer. his team was in action, as we see now from espn. >> good morning. and welcome to your espn news update. i'm zubin mehenti. clippers and lakers used to be a laugher. and kobe and company, practically a home game for them. no home cooking. met ka world peace off the mark. will give it one more shot. l.a. misses nine from the field. blake griffin, he does more than dunk. 18 in the first quarter. having the touch inside. second quarter, chauncey billups has missed so much of the season. but when he's there, an added weapon for l.a. they're up 12 at the break. lob city in effect. perfect example. exhibit "a" on why they call him lob city. look out. we're going to keep playing that in the playoffs. looking to return the favor with a dunk of his own. the game didn't really get the support that he needs. down 16. the lakers and the clippers, changed both franchises. >>> elsewhere, lebron and heat visiting the thunder. he's got that big 30 points, 60% from the field for six-straight games, nba history. and last night, in oklahoma city, he had a season-high 39. but he was 14 for 24 from t
. this the first fatality in the 18-year history of the x games. and espn now faces safety questions that could put the future of the event in jeopardy. espn did issue a statement saying, "as a result of this accident, we will conduct a thorough review of this discipline and adopt any appropriate changes to future x games. still, when the world's best compete at the highest level in any sport, risks remain." >>> we turn now to the pga tour. we're showing you first round highlights. something big happened. phil mickelson blazed through the first round in the phoenix open, 11 birdies through the first 17 holes. par 71. all he need was a birdie on the final hole for golf's holy grail shooting a 59. only been done five times in golf's history. his approach shot was good but not great. leaving him 25 feet from golf immortality. here it is. >> oh, no! oh, my goodness! have you ever seen a crueller look back than that? >> oh, the dreaded lip out of all things! it was a really good pooutt. miz reaction, very classy. his caddie bones, on the other hand, dropped to his knees behind them in disbelief. really
it came to the future of espn, he eventually told you not to worry about them. he said that espn, one of the most amazing properties in the world because you can't dvr the stuff with any effectiveness would do just fine in 2013. given it's so responsible for the earnings power, this lack of clarity stunned investors and traders alike. and so you can imagine what happened -- >> sell, sell, sell, sell -- >> the stock traded as high as 53 before the call, plummeted -- to $47 as analysts, traders, and investors showed remarkable lack of faith. in the assurances. i thought the selloff was insulting and assured people this would be a teapot and an investable one at that. i told him that too because i was astonished this man who has done so much good at disney didn't get the benefit of the doubt. fast forward last night, the stock is up almost nine points. a quarter that literally answers every single objection and then some. first, lays out a multi-year vision for lucas films, including multiple star wars iterations. some derivative movies, you know, like how they spin off characters and st
again just moments ago, ten cars involved. this video is courtesy of espn, and we thank them for it. our employee, john newsome, joins us now. he was there. he's a cnn producer. he was in the stands when the accident happened. john, what did you see? >> well, it was the last lap of the race. obviously, a lot of people were trying to make it to the finish line first. and it was right around turn four, right as they were crossing, right before they crossed the finish line. and a couple cars spun out of control. obviously, it happened very fast, so it's hard to tell who actually started it. joe can probably attest to that better than i can. i can tell you from where i was, i was sitting in the sprint tower, which to give you perspective, is right across from the finish line. i was a little to the left. so it happened right in front of me. we were in the second level, where actually from the debris managed to fall flat to the second level, despite the phelps right there. but i was able to hop down a couple flights of stairs and get some pictures that you guys are seeing now. but obviously th
. plus, there were concerns when it came to the future of espn, he told you not to worry about them. he said that espn, one of the most amazing properties in the world because you can't dvr the stuff with any effectiveness, would do just fine in 2013. given it's so responsible for the earnings power, this lack of clarity stunned investors and traders alike. and so you can imagine what happened -- >> sell, sell, sell, sell -- >> the stock traded as high as $53 before the call, plummeted to $47 as analysts, traders, and investors showed remarkable lack of faith in iger's assurances. i thought the selloff was insulting to iger and assured people this would be a tempest in a teapot and an investable one at that. i told him that too because i was astonished this man who has done so much good at disney didn't get the benefit of the doubt. fast forward last night, the stock is up almost nine points. a quarter that literally answers every single objection and then some. first he lays out a multi-year vision for lucas films, including multiple star wars iterations, other star wars derived proper
alleging alex rodriguez got home visits to his waterfront mansion from main who ran that clinic. espn quoting unidentified sources says that is man, anthony boscsh injected a-rod with performance enhancing drugs. once he was reportedly kicked out after bosh had trouble with finding a vein. similar drug claims were leveled earlier this week in the miami new times newspaper which says it has a diary containing notes from bosh detailing drugs including human growth hormone. cnn has been unable to see the documents in question. we did go to the clinic days ago, but it's been shut down. bosh denies all allegations, and through a spokesman he tells cnn he did not treat nor is he associated with players including a-rod. earlier statement to cnn a-rod also says none of this is true and through his lawyers calls the documents about smim iglet." his lawyers add this, "in regards to the new allegations made in espn's outside the line story, we can say they are not true. alex is working diligently on his rehabilitation and is looking forward to getting back on the field as soon as possible." reme
spoke with a football analyst for espn in new york. how widespread is this match fixing? how high does it go? >> we are not exactly sure how high it goes yet. sometimes these things are just the tip of the icebergs, but i think it is very, very serious. not so serious in terms of the money we are talking about, but obviously the money is colossal, but i think the bedrock of all sports is, when you look down on the field, what is happening between those white lines, do you believe it to be true? if there is any doubt is not true, you say to yourself, that football. but in the times we are talking about where the games could be fixed, their mind says, this is where the big problems come then, it is the perception. >> it will undermine the credibility of matches that are not fixed at all. >> this is a sport that has provided many things for a long, long time. i would imagine at this point we are talking about small amounts of money. it leads me to believe that we are also talking about some of the smaller leagues. some of these players make $200,000 a week. why would to talk about fixing
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